The event was chaired by Major General Pham Van Tinh, Deputy Commander of the ADAF Service.

Major General Pham Van Tinh, Deputy Commander of the ADAF, Service addresses the opening ceremony of the competition.

During the four-day event, nine combat crews from air defense and air force divisions will compete in both theory and practice of in four sectors, namely staff work, politics, logistics, and techniques.

In the theory category, participants will have to answer questions about technical and tactical features of a radar station. In the practice category, they will have to make plans for combat and Party and political work of the radar stations’ commanders and political chiefs, perform movements of crew-members and conduct tactical contents, to name but a few.

An overview of the opening ceremony

The competition aims to evaluate training activities and combat readiness of radar troops in the current context. Through the event, the combat crews will have a chance to acquire more experience and improve their capabilities to better their task performance in their units.

In addition, the event is held to point out pros and cons of the training mission for combat crews of radar stations, thus to propose appropriate measures to improve the training quality for them in the time to come.

A competitor in practice

Addressing the event, Major General Pham Van Tinh required the steering committee and the organizing panel of the competition to operate the event as scheduled and ensure safety in all aspects. He urged the examiners to evaluate objectively and fairly while asking participating units to continue well preparing and striving to achieve best results at the competition.

Translated by Trung Thanh